A book containing daily records of occurrences or transactions: a police blotter. (noun)
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Use "blotter" in a sentence
"Then, too, every time we make a landing on an island, part of our strength, like water, soaking into a blotter, is absorbed in the men and materials that must be left there."
"It was also where I was introduced to a variety of drugs, including paper acid, called blotter acid back then."
"But that takes sometimes a more sophisticated and -- pulling those stories together sometimes takes a bigger reporting effort than the blotter, which is an accurate way, but sometimes it's as it happens, we're putting it out and watching it develop."